Lukaku happy to see Zlatan return to United

Lukaku happy to see Zlatan return to United

Lukaku happy to see Zlatan return to United

Romelu Lukaku has revealed he was forced to keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic's decision to re-sign for Manchester United a secret.

Lukaku has made an immediate impact at Old Trafford following his £90m move from Everton in July.

The Belgium worldwide has scored three times in as many games as Jose Mourinho's side have made a ideal start to the new Premier League season, while also netting in the UEFA Super Cup loss to Real Madrid.

Asked if Lukaku would win the golden boot this season, Saha - a victor of two Premier Leagues and the Champions League with United - said: "I think so, he looks like he has got all the players around him to fit him". "He is powerful, quick and strong and he scores goals, so certainly will improve that team".

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Romelu Lukaku understood that.

Don't get me wrong, Lukaku and Jones have been scintillating, but the Armenian has been running the show so far. "I think he has one mission, and that is to win the Premier League, and we're going to help him reach his goal", Lukaku added. "The only team with nine points, 10 goals and none against. So he will definitely hope this side wins trophies". "To score in your first games here after you have been transferred for a lot of money, it is nice to get that pressure out of the way and get your first goals in".

Manchester United return to Premier League action after the worldwide break with a crunch clash against Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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